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Subject: ya it Jerry
'that one doesnt happen there, Bob, it doesnt happen till the end of the A section' in Slipknot
Subject: Not Jerry
That reverb matter is pure Mickey. Jerry would be way more sarcastic, flamboyant, and finish with ome kind of snicker. Mickey is more straight-forward and mean-spirited in a direct way. Check it out. I think you only hear a minor blip of Jerry's voice during this track.
Subject: Cool to hear this
Interesting to be able to hear through their earpieces. Too bad it had to be a 95 show... unfortunately, very weak performances.
The best part is hearing the crowd just lose it when they bust into Unbroken Chain.
Subject: I had to stop listening
I was always under the aaaumpton that they all agrred on the first and last aong of a set and whatever in between just happened. I truly believed it and for me when I heard that it knocked the wind out of me. I still can't believe. It. I always thought they had played together for so long that they just knew where to go next
Fascinating and cool- give a quick listen to hear it from the "other side".
is there more of this type of thing on the archive?
Subject: funniest part
"no dont change it now"
Burnt Rich -
Subject: Drew Stone to the Bone.....
Jerry is not getting nasty w/ Poppick....this is how it was on the pirate ship known as the Grateful Dead. Lot's of male energy, drugs, schedules to meet and numerous micro-details to get that music out of the speakers and into your ears. Maybe you thought it was a walk in the park, or something?? Jerry was a multi-faceted human being, like the rest of us, not some twisted notion of Santa Claus bringing gifts down YOUR chimney. Listen real close to those words in Estimated Prophet and get back to us.....
Drew Stone To the Bone -
Subject: Painful to listen to...
Horrible. I had to turn it off. Jerry sounds totally out of it. Hearing him get nasty with Harry Popick at the start of the set was painful in itself. Sad.
Subject: Did Jerry play at all in 95?
How frustrating must it have been to have to listen to Jerry mumble 2/3 of the words to Help on the Way? and maybe play guitar on less than that... all in your ear.
Too bad such a cool thing has to be wasted on the band at their musical worst.
Subject: My 2 Cents
This is absolutely fascinating to get a perspective from Phil's earpiece. You have to be pretty damn good to play this way, without listening to the full range of all the musicians playing together (while playing a live venue opposed to studio.) Who the hell is the idiot above me that simply states two stars? You obviously did not take time to read the story behind this recording. Giving a high rating for the absolute novelty of this brilliant upload. Thank you!!
This show is just great. I love these recordings that show off Phils bass work. His bass is turned way up. And you can hardly hear bobby! Its just a great recording. lol jk I love bobby. Its also interesting to hear what they say to each other that doesnt go over the PA system.
Subject: Didn't there used to be the whole show?
Didn't there used to be the whole show? I find it fascinating to hear this kind of thing. Is there more? The music is fantastic and every once in a while , its nice to feed the amazement with a fleeting glimpse of their processes. I find that it doesn't detract from the overall magic , as one might supect, and my appreciation grows. Thanks to all involved.
Subject: 2 Stars
Finster Baby -
I agree with dmilks. This is an interesting perspective. It definitely shows how the ear monitors of later years affected the music. Phil seems to have himself turned up pretty loud in the mix with Jerry and the drums right behind. To my untrained ear, Vince and Bobby seem to be almost non existant in the mix. If you like Phil, check this out. He stands out loud and clear. 4 stars for the novelty of it.
Subject: fun listen
This is really a fun listen. I love hearing how unorganized and light-hearted these guys were about playing concerts in front of thousands of people. They just keep the crowd waiting and waiting before they finally open set 2 with The Chain...